Nazi India all set for genocide in IOK

Srinagar, December 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, senior Hurriyat leader, Professor Abdul Ghani Butt has urged the international community and the world human rights organizations to play their role in mitigating the sufferings of the Kashmiri people.

Professor Abdul Ghani Butt in a statement issued in Srinagar, today, said that the lockdown imposed by India since 5th of August, this year, had made the lives of the Kashmiri people miserable. He pointed out that peace in South Asia would always be a distant dream till the settlement of the Kashmir dispute. He called upon the world to come in a big way to resolve the dispute as per Kashmiris’ aspirations and relevant UN resolutions.

Meanwhile, the situation in the besieged Kashmir valley and parts of Jammu region has been aggravated due to the continued closure of Srinagar-Jammu highway. The closure of the highway for the past four days coupled with military lockdown of the territory on the 133rd consecutive day, today, has created an acute shortage of food, medicines and dairy goods in the territory. »

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London, December 15 (KMS): The Tory party and its allied right-wing media attacked Jeremy Corbyn consistently and painted him as an extremist and supporter of militants for his principled stance on the occupation of Palestine and Kashmir as well as rights of Muslims and minorities.

Labour faced strong backlash, fully supported by Conservatives, when earlier in October the party admitted an emergency motion on Indian occupied Kashmir passed by the annual conference condemning India’s illegal annexation of Kashmir. The motion said there was a humanitarian crisis in the disputed territory and that the people of occupied Kashmir should be given the right to self-determination. It also called for international monitors to be allowed into the region. »

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Chandigarh, December 15 (KMS): Christine Fair, a political scientist at Georgetown University, US, has ruled out the possibility that India had shot down a Pakistani F-16 in February.

Speaking at a session on “Understanding the message of Balakot” alongside former Air Chief BS Dhanoa and other Indian experts at the Military Literature Festival in Chandigarh she disputed the debris used as evidence to back claims of the F-16 being shot down. »

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Chandigarh, December 15 (KMS): Indian strategic affairs expert Maroof Raza has made it clear that India cannot snatch Azad Kashmir from Pakistan.

Maroof Raza during a session organised on the second day of the Military Literature Festival in Chandigarh said, “If we claim that we can get the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (AJK) back, it is a false claim.”

Raza was discussing his and TV producer Iqbal Chand Malhotra’s book, ‘Kashmir’s Untold Story: Declassified’, with Major General Jagatbir Singh (retd), Hindustan Times executive editor Ramesh Vinayak and Brigadier Pradeep Sharma (retd) during the session. »

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Islamabad, December 15 (KMS): An All-Party National Kashmir Conference was held under the auspices of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front at a local hotel in Islamabad.

Acting Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Abdul Hamid Butt chaired the conference titled “Indian ambitions against Yasin Malik and the need for freedom”. Heads and representatives of political and religious parties from both sides of the Line of Control and members of civil society and Kashmiri journalists attended the conference. »

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London, December 15 (KMS): Pakistan’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Mohammad Nafees Zakaria has invited the attention of the international community towards the plight of people in occupied Kashmir.

The people of the territory have been under unabated siege for the past over four months due to complete lockdown and communications blockade imposed by Indian government when it scrapped Kashmir’s special status and divided it into two union territories on August 5. »

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Jammu, December 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, a deputy inspector general of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and his driver were killed while one person was injured when their vehicle was hit by a landslide along the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway in Ramban district on Sunday evening. »

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Islamabad, December 15 (KMS): Vice Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Young Men’s League, Zahid Ashraf has condemned the communal mindset of the Modi regime for passing the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill.

Zahid Ashraf in a statement issued in Islamabad termed the approval of the controversial bill as blatant discrimination against the Muslim community, which denies citizenship right to more than a million Bengali Muslims who residing in Indian eastern provinces since 40s and 50s. »

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Pandits say authorities are harassing inhabitants in Jammu

Jammu, December 15 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, hundreds of Kashmiri Hindu families living in the camps of Jammu have said that the authorities are intimidating and harassing them in the name of verification, with notices being pasted on doors of their quarters if they are found locked for a few weeks.

Families living in Jagti, Muthi, Nagrota and Purkhoo housing nearly 10,000 Pandit families in two-room tenements said the respective camp commandants start enquiring about the whereabouts of a family if it is not found in the quarter. »

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